No matter what stage of product development you're at, a design sprint can greatly improve your existing product, or bring features to life that you haven’t even imagined yet.
In this first phase, we aim to get a deep understanding of the problems you are facing so we can uncover what can be solved through design. The end result of this stage of the process is an understanding of your goals with this product.
In phase two, it's time to get our hands dirty and prototype, prototype, prototype. Having a deep understanding of the product goals at this point, we will begin to test some of our assumptions by building working prototypes and designing micro-interactions.
In this phase, we will polish the lo-fi wireframes that have been tested, and work with your style guide to implement your design. Key areas of focus include typography, color, and the best use of white space.
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